The High Plains Underground Water Conservation District No. 1 (HPWD) developed an on-line reporting system for meter readings which their new regulations now require annually. Actually, the district requires either a meter reading or an "alternative measuring method reading" each year between December 15 and January 15 of the following year. It's a pretty cool system whereby each well owner creates his or her own user account and then logs into that account to post their year-ending reading. The previous year's ending reading serves as the current year's starting number.
There are provisions to customize the accounts in a number of ways - you can associate others to your account, like an operator, co-owner, etc., or associate other well locations, or can associate a meter installer who will be able to update your account by adding a meter, but won't be able to post meter readings.
One is also able to easily add property and/or meter data to their account by two methods - either by name or by map locations using lat/long coordinates. I'm sure there'll be some glitches, but kudos to the district for undertaking this important task. Visit the HPWD website for more information.
Kansas has been working on and off for about 4 years now to create an on-line water use reporting system for its water right owners. It is considerably more complex of an undertaking than simply capturing meter readings, but, nevertheless just as convenient for the regulated public. We may have something for the 2013 water use reports due in early 2014 - but then again, it may take several more years - who knows. The real angst I have is that Texas got a good idea done before we did it here in Kansas!! Something's got to be done about that!!